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Absurdity of the moment

2019-10-02 17:41:02.80033+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

When the writers of this season introduced alligators in electrified moots moats (an idea that comes pre- mocked), or Moby introducing the Deutsche Bank whistleblower to Adam Schiff, I was willing to suspend disbelief. But when Comcast is the good guys? I'm sorry, this story line has become so ridiculous that I don't think I can continue following the show.

Comcast emerges as new Google antitrust foe

Edit: I did not have Nickelback uses the DMCA to fight for the country on my Bingo card.

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#Comment Re: Absurdity of the moment made: 2019-10-03 13:07:27.362935+00 by: TheSHAD0W

Your point is moat.

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